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Richard Ridley is an award winning author who provides a wealth of tips to writers at Amazon’s Create Space Community Resource pages. The task of writing an author bio can be daunting because it is more than just information about the author. How you present the information is as important as what you are presenting.
We’re delighted to have Amazon’s blessing to bring you this excellent article on writing your author profile – an essential tool for every author: To many, writing an author bio is an enigma wrapped in a riddle buried with Blackbeard’s treasure. Your bio is something many readers will see before ever reading your book, so its tone and verbiage may lead them to make assumptions about your book’s contents. Get ready to embrace your multiple personalities, because your author persona is not writing your author bio. You have to completely separate yourself from the author within and approach your bio from the third person. If you haven’t given readers some way to get in touch with you, you missed the opportunity to interact with a fan, and interaction means everything in today’s hyper-connected world. Tell them where to find you on Facebook and Twitter.Refer back to them when you start writing – and you’ll have a persuasive, engaging author bio that wins more fans and sells more books in no time!Mish Slade is the founder of copywriting agency Mortified Cow – which takes a decidedly different view on how businesses should promote themselves.The advice in this post is aimed at your bio on your individual book pages (although much of it will still be relevant to your main “Author Page”). If your book is a contemporary romance novel with a middle-aged female protagonist, the personality and content of your author bio will be markedly different from if you’re writing about tax-deduction strategies for real estate investors.: “Chungah Rhee is the founder, recipe developer, and photographer of Damn Delicious.(It’s a given that you need a stellar front cover, an attention-grabbing book title, and a sophisticated keyword strategy.But those are the elements that get users to your book page in the first place – not what keeps them there.) The author bio is where you establish yourself as the kind of person who ought to be read by your target market.If you’ve written a dark horror novel, a bright, perky description of the author isn’t going to help you reach your target fanbase. Pick up a Stephen King or Cormac Mc Carthy novel and you’re likely to see an author bio that’s about 25 words.Pick up a book by an author you’ve never heard of, and you might see a bio that’s 125 words. How can you express who you really are while meeting readers’ expectations of you as an author? What about education – does that make a difference?